Join Malcolm Shore for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding infrastructure as a service, part of Cybersecurity with Cloud Computing.
- Before looking at how to secure Cloud, we need…to understand the overall Architecture and…the technology behind the various forms of Cloud.…A good place to start is by looking at…the Service Layer of the NIST Cloud Reference Architecture,…which is located in Service Orchestration…within the Service Provider role.…Inside the Service Layer, we can see three types of service:…IaaS, PaaS which builds upon IaaS, and SaaS.…Let's look at these in more detail.…
At the core of the Cloud,…is Infrastructure as a Service, or IaaS.…This service provides virtual machines and other abstracted…hardware and operating systems, which are controlled…through a service API or a management console.…Examples include Amazon's Elastic Cloud Computing…and simple storage service.…Terremark's Enterprise Cloud, Windows Live SkyDrive,…and Rackspace's Cloud Service.…The Cloud Security Alliance provides a model of…Cloud Architecture which compliments and…dives deeper into the Service Layer.…
Here we can see that Infrastructure as a Service consists of…
- Essential cloud concepts: infrastructure, deployment models, and more
- Defining trust models for clouds
- Identifying governance and risk
- Complying with legal and audit requirements
- Managing incident response
- Maximizing application security
- Managing encryption and keys
- Implementing virtualization
- Introducing SABSA and the cloud attribute taxonomy
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Cloud Fundamentals
Identifying cloud incidents6m 16s
2. Cloud Security Guidance
3. Architecting Security
Next steps1m 34s
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